Yoga of Silence – 5 Day Retreat – March 19 – 23, 2014
Where: Prama Institute
Program: Yoga of Silence – 5 Day Retreat
Cost: $550 – $595 (See Below)
This extended retreat will give you the opportunity to revitalize yourself, unclutter your mind, deepen your understanding of yourself and others, and discover sources of strength you may have only glimpsed but now can come to own. Silence allows you the time you always wanted to put things into perspective, find the balance, and recognize what the signs of your life are trying to tell you.
Just show up and we will provide the space, programs, delicious food, and encouragement for your self discovery.
Silent retreats at the Prama Institute are unique:
- We combine open periods of personal reflection with powerful meditations, both sitting and moving.
- The nature walks along the scenic trails of our land are ideal for experiencing the beauty and peace around you and within.
- The visualization exercises help you reflect on where you have been, where you are, and where you are going.
- Journaling lets you express your discoveries and remember them whenever you want to review them.
- And, of course, our legendary gourmet meals keep it all in perspective.
Get away from the stresses of the world.
Give your mind a break.
Do your spirit a favor.
Spend a few days listening to your inner, intuitive self.
$550 – Early Bird (Before March 5, 2014)
$595 – Regular Price
*Please note arrival is 4pm Wednesday March 19*
8:00–9:00 Yoga Class
11:30–1:00 Free time*, journaling, individual meditation
2:00–3:00 Meditative walk
3:00–4:00 Free time*, journaling
4:00–5:30 Yoga Class
5:45–7:00 Group Meditation
8:00–9:00 Visualization, reflection and journaling
9:00–9:30 Group meditation
9:30–10:00 Free time
Sid Jordan has combined a career as a licensed clinical psychologist and yoga teacher since 1971. As a clinical psychologist, he taught psychotherapy and community psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and served as director of the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Services in a community center at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC over a period of 25 years. He is the Director of the Prama Institute and also a meditation teacher.
Howard Nemon was initiated into yoga meditation in 1972. He recevied extensive training in yoga philosophy and practices in the US and in India. For over 35 years, he has shared his deep knowledge of yogic practices through lectures, workshops and retreats in Asia, South America, and the US. Howard has assisted hundreds of people in adopting a diet that is more conducive to their physical, mental, and spiritual development.